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First of all we want to thank all of our supporters who made it possible to close on the purchase of the Mary Lake property on Dec. 23. It has been an exciting and momentous milestone in our collective effort to protect this beautiful green space so vital to the...
Highlands District, BC – Dec. 13, 2016 The Greater Victoria Greenbelt Society is pleased to announce the completion of phase one of our new campaign to create a 73 acre nature park which includes a 7 acre lake, creeks, wetlands and surrounding natural forest land on...
It has been an exciting and busy couple of weeks here at GVGS as we move closer to the Dec. 23 closing date. Lots of good news! Walkabouts at Mary Lake: 2 more were hosted, that had over 40 people attending including Eric Backman a professional photographer from...
The team at the Greater Victoria Greenbelt Society is very busy getting ready for a number of important deadlines. Nov. 7 the District of Highlands will be making their decision on the level of funding they will be providing for the Mary Lake park initiative. The...
"Together we are the instruments of change" We have just launched our fundraising membership campaign that will help us achieve the stewardship of Mary Lake thru land acquisition. I know many of you will be visiting Mary Lake park and trail in the coming years. This...
The Mary Lake property is a 42 acre protected forest and riparian area that supports biodiversity while preserving ecosystems and wildlife habitat.
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Mary Lake Nature Sanctuary
1772 Millstream Rd,
Victoria, BC V9B 6E4
Greater Victoria Greenbelt Society
499 Millstream Lake Rd.
Victoria, BC. V9B 6H5
Registered Charity BN: 11894 6953 RR0001
WSÁNEC Coast Salish
Mary Lake lies within the traditional territories of the WSÁNEC (Saanich) Coast Salish Peoples.
We recognize the integral role the ancestors of the WSÁNEC Coast Salish Peoples have played as past stewards of the Mary Lake and Highlands lands.